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Simple Motorcycle Adventure Checklist
Executive summary about Motorcycle Adventure Checklist by Jolie Plagens
1. Inspect your ride:
a. Tires: Check your tire pressure and make sure they are inflated to the manufacturers specifications. If you think the tire may need to be replaced then replace it before starting your trip.
b. Fluids and Lubricants: Change all your fluids if you are leaving on a long road trip. If your ride calls for engine coolant replace that as well. Check your brake fluid level as well.
c. Lights: Check out and make sure all your lights are in working order. Headlamp both high and low beams, turn signals both front and rear, brake lights, and rear running light. If they are not working replace them. Safety first.
a. No matter if you use saddle bags, sissy bar bags, make sure you secure them tightly to your ride.
b. Pack a small universal tool kit: a tire pressure gauge, quart of oil, a tire patch kit, and a small tool set.
3. Set your route:
Make sure to fill your ride frequently especially if you are on the scenic route.
Enjoy your ride.